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I've always believed that one way you can tell real friends from mere acquaintances is that the second you see them, it's like your conversation picks up almost right where it left off, even though there may have been decades in between.It just feels natural and comfortable, like coming home.Fogelberg's wonderful words and phrases and make them our own.It is the way we relate to all poetry and "Same Old Lang Syne" is certainly poetry. Two times in my life I managed to "reach beyond the emptiness" and reconnect with former loves.As in the song, we ran out of things to say; and yet, still, I felt "that old familiar pain." I never did ask him why he left; and I realized it wasn't important to know. This beautifully sad story is one most everyone can relate to and find tucked away in the most protected part of our hearts.Will there ever be a love as strong or as ultimately painful as our "first love"?
Being out was new to me, and it was obviously (from my now mature perspective) a very deep infatuation. It was the first time in my life I was actually stunned beyond words.
I'm more inclined to believe the lines about tough conversation were more to do with both realizing they are still attracted to each other but what could they do? The phrase, "the snow turned into rain" obviously has different meaning for different people, but from the first time I heard it, I just thought of how beautiful it can be to walk through a gentle snowfall and how miserable it is to be in a freezing winter rain. Notice in his song "Hard to Say" he sings the words "..why each time the sky begins to snow, you cry..you miss her when she is far away".
Probably somewhat speechless, probably somewhat awkward, but not enough to keep them from forgetting their families for awhile. He's watching a love in his life slip away again, just like she did back in their school days. And how he went from one of those sensations to the other went he went from that 'moment back at school' to reality.*** 'The beer was empty and our tongues were tired' *** On February 15th 1981, "Same Old Lang Syne" by Dan Fogelberg peaked at #9 (for 2 weeks) on Billboard's Hot Top 100 chart; it had entered the chart on December 7th, 1980 at position #75 and spent 18 weeks on the Top 100... I think these lyrics are refering to the the same person in the "Same Old Lang Syne". This would also explain the other lyrics in "Hard to Say'This song reminds me a lot of being an adult and looking back at a time that was more innocent.
But the lines that I don't see considered often are in the chorus.
Following the toasts to "innocence" and to "now" are the lines that, for me at least, resonate with the longing felt by most everybody who ever loved, and lost, their "First Love": "And tried to reach beyond the emptiness /But neither one knew how," seem to describe both of them longing to reach out and perhaps reconnect, but neither being quite able to.